Peter Pan - Study Guide Act 2, Part 1 Summary & Analysis

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The second act is titled The Neverland. A long and detailed stage direction describes the forest in Neverland where Peter makes his home. The seven Lost Boys appear, and each is described in detail. As they wait for Peter to return, they argue which of them is braver, comment on how anxious they are to hear what happened to Cinderella and debate which of them has better memories of his mother. Their conversation is interrupted by the arrival of the pirates. After the boys all scurry into hiding, the pirates come on looking for them. They, like the Lost Boys, are described in detailed stage directions. The lengthiest description is of Captain Hook, the pirate leader. He is over-dressed, with over-styled hair and over-polite manners, and he has a hook where his right hand used to be.

One of the pirates spots one of the...

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